Does the energy used up by movement eventually decrease if I do a lot of movement through rugged terrain? I am enjoying exploring the north, and I think I might make a little map of the land. But movement is hard.
Does it take more work to move while carrying objects, or do you move the same? I'd think that hauling around wood would make it harder to move, so if not already implemented it should cost a bit more to move while hauling. In that case, unburdened movement could be cheapened.
I wish there was a more readily available way to carry more things, though. Maybe a wheelbarrow or a backpack or something. It'd be nice to have a pouch of food available for a long journey, without having to forage all the time. Ah well, perhaps these developments come in time.